In my 20s, I would experience anxiety as panic attacks that felt like health issues (feeling like I couldn't breathe or like my throat was closing or I was having a heart attack or gallbladder attack and ended up in the ER several times with panic attack as the diagnosis). I went to therapy and got that under control and then in my 30s, I started experiencing waves of anxiety that felt very much connected to a specific worry (did I mess up at work, is my relationship in trouble, did I do something wrong, is that weird symptom cancer). I feel like I've gotten a handle on those kinds of intrusive thoughts but now I just have bouts of anxiety that I can't connect to anything in particular and it's the worst type of all. Because there's no ER doctor to say, you're not having a heart attack, and there's no rational conversation with myself or anyone else to confirm that I did not do something wrong or that so what if I did, life goes on. It's just a general feeling of dread even when there's nothing in particular that I'm worrying about (aside from the usual things we all worry about). Can anyone relate?